Disability Royal Commission
Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability.
A Royal Commission is the highest level of public inquiry in Australia. Its main functions are to investigate an issue, produce a report and make recommendations to the government.
The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability was established in April 2019. The exact scope and issues to be considered are set out in the Terms of Reference.
Endeavour Foundation welcomes the Royal Commission because it will provide a platform for people with disability to be heard.
We are committed to engaging openly and transparently with the Royal Commission and will respond to any requests for information. We also seek to contribute to discussions and will support customers to do the same.
We will listen and learn during the Royal Commission and take up opportunities to better improve our support and services to people with disability.
Support during the Royal Commission
We are committed to supporting people with disability and their families voice their concerns and make recommendations and suggestions to the Royal Commission.
People with disability and their families have unique insights to offer the Royal Commission on how to create a more fair and inclusive society.
Please let us know if you would like support to engage with the Royal Commission by emailing email@example.com.
We expect every employee to work within established safeguards and human rights frameworks that protect the rights and wellbeing of our customers.
We welcome all feedback and complaints. We take them seriously as they help us to improve our services.
All feedback and complaints are managed by our Customer Practice and Safeguarding team.
Please click here if you have any concerns about the services we provide.
More information and resources
If you have any questions about the Royal Commission, please email firstname.lastname@example.org